VBA Auto Protect

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Excel 2003
VBA
Visual Basic for Applications
How can I make the worksheets in Excel automaticaly protected on date
ASKED: April 7, 2008  10:21 AM
UPDATED: April 8, 2008  12:02 PM

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Unless you are running Excel 24/7, the only way is to open the workbook whose worksheets you want to protect and then run this macro:

<pre>Sub ProtectMe()
Dim ws As Excel.Worksheet

For Each ws In Worksheets
ws.Protect Password:=”password1″
Next ws

End Sub</pre>

Of course you would substitute your real password for “password1″.

HTH,
JP

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